The Isola S from Japanese Toyo Kitchen's "Nobody" line is one stylish way to shrink a kitchen down into a sliding Yin-Yang. Its design stems from its native Japan, where space is far more limited. Hell, I could even use one here in New York, as I can barely turn around in my kitchen without knocking stuff over.
The Isola S can be carted into a variety of configurations, depending on how much space you need and what you want to reach. It has an electric range with three burners, a circular sink, a section dedicated to providing some countertop space and a bunch of drawers. The drawers are corrugated, so you can stack plates in there or separate cutlery. The whole thing is also studded with LED lights — you probably won't notice unless you cook in the dark, or go for a glass of water at midnight.